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Next year's signing day is still 11 months away, but that didn't stop up from ranking the top 5 targets Auburn ought to pursue between now and NSD.
It's not too early to start thinking about next year's recruiting cycle. Here are some of Tennessee's top targets for 2016.
New Florida coach Jim McElwain signed five Georgia players in his first Gators recruiting class, and plans to continue to recruit the Peach State hard.
CB Jalen Tabor and QB Treon Harris emerged as starters midway through their true freshmen seasons. Who else from the class may make a bigger impact in 2015?
LSU's 2016 recruiting continues to look good, as the team's four-star quarterback is performing well and the defensive backs have the makings of an all-time great group.
Texas A&M's 2014 class includes standouts like Myles Garrett, Speedy Noil, Kyle Allen and Josh Reynolds. Who will be the next player from the group to emerge as a star?
Alabama brought a bevy of high school standouts to campus for junior day over the weekend, giving out several offers over the course of the weekend.
In an early projection, the SEC's 2016 class — at least at the top — could be the best of the decade.
SDS looked ahead to the 2016 recruiting cycle and ranked the SEC's top 10 early commitments from the 2016 class more than 11 months ahead of signing day.
Georgia's 2014 recruiting class boasts several players that already are stars in the SEC. Headlined by RB Nick Chubb and OLB Lorenzo Carter, the group could be special in '15 and beyond.
Bret Bielema polished off his first full recruiting cycle at Arkansas last February. How did the class of 2014 perform for the Razorbacks in the fall, and what's the outlook going forward?
Which state produced the most FBS talent between 2006 and 2014? ESPN compiled a Top 10 list on Wednesday.
Junior college transfer Kenya Dennis started 11 games for Missouri as a member of the 2014 signing class. Who else from the group made significant contributions for the SEC East champion Tigers?
LSU got a huge commitment Tuesday from the nation's No. 1 cornerback of the 2016 class and the No. 1 player in the state of Florida.
LSU had three of the best defensive back prospects in the class of 2016 on campus this past weekend. What did those recruits have to say about the Tigers?
Blake Barnett will wear No. 6 for Alabama, but didn't make it official until he ran it by former Crimson Tide quarterback Blake Sims.
Over the last week, SDS has broken down the top incoming freshmen by position for 2015.
Florida receives its second commitment of the day in defensive end Eric Mitchell.
Florida received a commitment from Miami Norland linebacker Vosean Joseph.
How many new players will each team field this spring, and which of them have a chance to start or contribute immediately in 2015?
ESPN has released its Ultimate 300 and Ultimate 300 class rankings, combining high school rank and college performance for players since 2006. To no one's surprise, the SEC owns both lists.
Five-star Shea Patterson, one of the nation's top quarterbacks in the 2016 class, verbally committed to Ole Miss on Tuesday.
Rivals added two sixth-graders to their recruiting database and will begin tracking them as part of the 2021 class. Is that too early to begin tracking athletes?
The 2014 Tennessee Vols recruiting class already has made a major mark in the SEC. Just how many players from the group of 32 saw the field last season?
Many of the states in the Southeast produce FBS football players at a higher rate than the rest of the country. Six states with at least one SEC team rank in the Top 10 nationally.
All 14 SEC teams have at least one early enrollee who could make a major impact during the 2015 season. Who are those players?
ESPN, 247Sports, Rivals and Scout all agree: Alabama offensive line coach Mario Cristobal was the Recruiter of the Year in 2015.
Clifford Chattman, a 6-foot-4 safety from New Orleans and a member of the 2016 recruiting class, committed to LSU on Wednesday.
The future is bright for Auburn football. Check out these elite prospects committed or interested in Auburn for 2016.
As we look ahead to the 2016 recruiting cycle, we’ve got five names that Alabama fans should know
These signees from all 14 SEC schools filled a need on their new teams and will have a chance to see the field right away in 2015.
Four-star linebacker Roquan Smith now has the upperhand in his recruitment, telling colleges he'll soon commit but not sign a LOI until he enrolls this summer.
College football may institute an early signing period, which would allow recruits to formally sign with programs in December, seven weeks before National Signing Day. But is that such a good thing?
The SEC is known for its elite defensive ends, and the 2015 recruiting class signed some big-time prospects this recruiting cycle.
Alabama nabbed the country's top-rated recruiting class one year ago. Which players made an impact right away, and how did they contribute to the SEC championship?
Information and highlight videos for five top prospects that Tennessee is targeting for the 2016 recruiting cycle.
Texas A&M has a commitment from the nation's top 2016 player, but other league teams are ahead of the Aggies in an early look at the Top 10.
The SEC signed another talented quarterback class, and we look at the conference's best incoming dual-threat signal callers.
Information and highlight videos for five top prospects that Georgia is targeting for the 2016 recruiting cycle.
Five SEC incoming freshmen that you'll want to watch in 2015 when they have their hands on the football ... or chasing after it.
Roquan Smith's high school coach had some harsh words for coaches who mislead recruits leading up to National Signing Day.
With drama swirling around sending in his Letter of Intent, CeCe Jefferson seems ready to sign with Florida.
Born in a small village in Nigeria, Franklin Agbasimere only played two seasons of football before signing with Missouri as part of the 2015 recruiting class. Is he the next "Mizzou Made" star?
Alabama's Mario Cristobal landed a nation-leading three five stars for the 2015 cycle as the top recruiter in the SEC.
The SEC was as dominant on the recruiting trail as ever this winter, leaving the rest of the nation's power conferences in its wake.
Few SEC signees will see significant playing time as true freshmen. Here's a few who will likely redshirt and be ready to perform in 2016.
Size matters in the SEC, which has become one of the most physical conferences in the country. Check out the biggest players from all 14 SEC recruiting classes this winter.
We all know the cardinal rule of recruiting is to lock down the best players in your own backyard, but that's not enough. What are the best out-of-state spots for all 14 programs?
CeCe Jefferson's father made a statement on Twitter tonight regarding his son's status with the University of Florida.
It's never too early to look at next year's top prospects, including a handful who have already committed to SEC programs.
The SEC dominated national headlines Wednesday on National Signing Day, but what did you miss from the rest of the country?
If you can name the best football player of the 2015 class in all 50 states, you may know more about recruiting than anyone alive. We give you a cheat sheet here.
Nick Saban, Les Miles and Mark Richt have signed a combined 75 five-star players at their current jobs. How many five-star guys have each of the SEC's other coaches signed?
Not every story to come out of National Signing Day was cast in a positive light.
Where does your favorite team stack up against the rest of the SEC after National Signing Day? See what our staffers had to say.
First-year starters are rare in the SEC, but here are five players who are bound to suit up with the 1s in 2015 season openers.
National Signing Day is always filled with surprises, and this year was no exception.
With yet another recruiting cycle in the books, we've got 25 fun facts about recruiting and about National Signing Day...
We break down how many top ten and top 25 prospects that Mark Richt was able to grab from his home state of Georgia.
Introducing the SEC's 2015 recruiting gems, the headliners in each respective signing class.